Originally Posted by eclipsisNA
I can understand that the F10 non-M has been out for a few years and could use an update, but with M5 owners taking delivery only in the past year, this LCI is way too early. That's part of the problem with releasing M cars long after the base models: when the base models are ready for an LCI, the M version is still practically brand new.
At the very least, BMW can offer a discounted upgrade path to owners of the pre-LCI M5. That's only if the headlights and taillights will fit.
You don't see many M5 owners complaining because as the article says, the external changes to the M5 is basically none, except for the headlights.